Matthias wrote:yah, but it's completely skewed by 4HR's in 3 games.
he hit those right?
All I'm saying is that if you just look at his batting average, it's horrible but he's getting on base at a great rate and strike zone judgement has always been his strength. My point is that he's IMO the best leadoff hitter the Nats got, great OBP, good enough on the basepath(2/0 SB/CS compare to 6/3 by Soriano). I don't understand why they are still experimenting with Marlon Byrd(who has done absolutely nothing since his career year with Philly back in 2003.